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Pittoresco: Marco Boschini, his critics, and their critiques of painterly brushwork in seventheenth-and .

Pittoresco: Marco Boschini, his critics, and their critiques of painterly brushwork in seventheenth-and eighteenth-century Italy, Philip Lindsay Sohm, 1991. Japonisme in western painting from Whistler to Matisse, Klaus Berger, translated by David Britt, 1992. Cambridge Studies in the History of Art. Cambridge University Press. Retrieved 17 December 2016.

This is a history of brushwork and painting technique, of art criticism and visual perception and of literary style in the period . 550-1750. The champion of the impressionistic style was Marco Boschini, a Venetian art dealer, art critic and painter

This is a history of brushwork and painting technique, of art criticism and visual perception and of literary style in the period . The appeal and disdain of loose, sketchy brushwork in Venetian Renaissance and Italian Baroque painting is studied linguistically by means of a number of key terms in the critics' arsenal. The champion of the impressionistic style was Marco Boschini, a Venetian art dealer, art critic and painter. In studying the criticism of sketchy brushwork, this book reveals a more general history of taste and a history of ideas on such issues as naturalism and imagination. 17th century, 18th century

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In: Simiolus, Vol. 21, No. 4, 1992, p. 312-315. T2 - Marco Boschini, His Critics, and Their Critiques of Painterly Brushwork in Seven-Teenth- and Eighteenth-Century Italy by Philip Sohm. Swan C. Pittoresco: Marco Boschini, His Critics, and Their Critiques of Painterly Brushwork in Seven-Teenth- and Eighteenth-Century Italy by Philip Sohm.

Pittoresco, 'painterly', serves as the title of this book because the shifting opinions on painterly brushwork are .

It could be interpreted as a sign of inspired creativity and manual facility, or as a sign of showy dexterity unrestrained by learning. At the centre of this history of artistic taste stands the Venetian art dealer, critic and painter Marco Boschini, who wrote a rambling, metaphoric defence of Venetian painting in 1660: La carta del navegar pitoresco (The map of painterly navigation).

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Marco Boschini, His Critics and Their Critiques of Painterly Brushwork in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Italy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991. Style in the Art Theory of Early Modern Italy, New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 2001. Chapter 2 is reprinted in Italian Baroque Art, ed. Susan Dixon, Blackwell Publishing, 2008. The Artist Grows Old. The Aging of Art and Artists in Italy, 1500-1800, New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2007.

Pittoresco: Marco Boschini, his critics, and their critiques of painterly brushwork in seventheenth-and .

Pittoresco: Marco Boschini, his critics, and their critiques of painterly brushwork in seventheenth-and eighteenth-century Italy . The history of art focuses on objects made by humans in visual form for aesthetic purposes. In recent years, technological advances have led to video art, computer art, Performance art, animation and videogames; the history of art is told as a chronology of masterpieces created during each civilization.

Pittoresco: Marco Boschini, his Critics, and their Critiques of Painterly Brushwork in Seventeenth . Perhaps, it was Machiavelli's first critics, from Sepülveda to Osorio and Boterò, that led historiography to consider such. an opinion absolutely novel

Pittoresco: Marco Boschini, his Critics, and their Critiques of Painterly Brushwork in Seventeenth . an opinion absolutely novel. This has anyway prevented from looking back for a better contextualization for it.

This book traces the changing attitudes towards painterly brushwork from Mannerist norms to the Arcadian classicism of eighteenth-century critics. At the centre of this history of artistic taste stands the Venetian art dealer, critic and painter Marco Boschini, who wrote a rambling, metaphoric defence of Venetian painting in 1660: La carta del navegar pitoresco (The map of painterly navigation). Pittoresco, 'painterly', serves as the title of this book because the shifting opinions on painterly brushwork are contained in its semantic history, migrating in meaning from a neutral designation of all painting ('pictorial') to a specific type of painting ('painterly' or 'picturesque'). It could be interpreted as a sign of inspired creativity and manual facility, or as a sign of showy dexterity unrestrained by learning. By means of linguistic analysis, pittoresco and related terms open up a world of cultural reference where literate art critics bring their taste in poetry and rhetoric to the least literary aspect of painting: the descriptive, ornamental or inspired form of brushwork.